• Investigation: Who should we believe on data?

    After months of covering stories on new rules requiring schools to collect information on pupils’ nationality and limits on researcher freedoms, new information came to light last week providing new perspective.   Reporters John Dickens and Freddie Whittaker investigate. Two-day research embargo: where are we now? The government justified a new diktat ordering education academics

    5.00 Dec. 9th, 2016 | News

  • Nationality data, grammar schools - what's the real story?

    If you’re looking for good assembly material, it’s worth showing pupils the greatest music video of the Nineties: Oasis’s Stand By Me. It shows a series of unconnected events over its five-minute riff. We see people stealing televisions; twin sisters pushing one another; a woman being mugged; a child being kidnapped. Or, at least, that’s

    5.00 Dec. 9th, 2016 | Opinion